Reform vs. Reform

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  1. moshe kuhr says:

    I don’t think Menken really understands heterodoxy. Reform does not define the Jewish People as the Orthodox do. Their agenda is directed at a different constituency, their “converts” and the unaffiliated. By their lights, their growth is geometric, with unlimited potential. Every intermarriage produces 2 potential reform members. They are not about to abandon their belief systems.


  2. Toby Katz says:

    “It seems the Reform movement put liberalism ahead of not only Jewish priorities….”

    Liberalism to them is the ONLY Jewish priority — it is the very definition of Judaism.

    Once a critical mass of intelligent Reform Jews gets around to reading Milton Friedman, the whole Reform movement is done for.

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